unix-status-server - allow remote gathering of unix data
unix-status-server version 1.43 from remstats 1.0.13a usage: ../unix-status-server [options] where options are: -d nnn enable debugging output at level 'nnn' -h show this help -r include remotely-mounted file-systems -t tst do tests 'tst', a comma-separated list of: VMSTAT, DF, UPTIME, NETSTAT, UNAME, PS, PROC, MASQCONN, FTPCOUNT, NETSTAT-TCPSTATES, FILEAGE, QMAILQSTAT, QMAILQREAD, PROCNAME, PROCDISKIO, PROCMEMINFO, SAR
The unix-status-server allows the unix-status-collector to get data from a remote machine running some flavour of unix. It runs several different programs on request (uname, vmstat, df, uptime, netstat, ps, ftpcount, qmail-qstat, and qmail-qread).
The unix-status-collector connects to the
If you want to see what it will return, you can simply invoke the
With extended commands, of which
varname PS func pattern
For an example, if we wanted to know how many web-servers were running over time, we might use (very sloppily):
webservers PS count httpd
[You probably want a better regular expression.]
varname FILEAGE /path/to/file
This will produce a timestamp for the last-modification time of
PROCNAME examines /proc (only under linux) and produces counts of specified named processes
PROCDISKIO examines /proc/stat (only under linux) and returns disk I/O operation and bytes counts.
PROCMEMINFO examines /proc/meminfo (only under linux) and returns returns the memory stats. Some-one please tell me email@example.com if you can interpret these to tell when a host is really running out of memory.
PROCNETDEV examines /proc/net/dev (only under linux) and returns usefull network counters
With older versions of
For details on installation, look at the server installation docs.
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Last updated Fri May 30 13:51:13 PDT 2003 by <firstname.lastname@example.org>.